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April 3rd – RTD Update to COVID-19 Pandemic

*From RTD newsletter For the safety of their employees and riders, and in response to the rapidly changing spread of COVID-19, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) is making some notable operational changes starting Sunday, April 5. Beginning…

Colorado Coronavirus Updates: What You Need To Know Today

The governor is scheduled to speak at 1:30 p.m. MDT. CPR News will carry his remarks live. Find a signal near you, ask your smart speaker to "Play CPR News" or watch the video feed below.

How to Improvise PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in an Emergency

Doctor’s offices and hospitals aren’t the only ones running out of personal protective equipment. Members of the disability community who rely on home health also use PPE. Here are some ideas if you run out of supplies.

April 3rd – 104-year-old WWII veteran recovers from COVID-19, celebrates birthday

LEBANON, Ore. (KOIN) – An Oregon man is celebrating both his 104th birthday and his recovery from the novel coronavirus.

Electric scooter brands Lyft, Spin offering free rides in Denver to health care workers in April

Two e-scooter brands are now offering free riders to health care workers in Denver, while two others have pulled their machines off the city’s street entirely while they seek to wait out the COVID-19 pandemic.

Q&A: The Impact of Coronavirus on Public and Mass Transportation

The fear surrounding coronavirus and the governor’s executive order mandating people stay home as much as possible has decimated public transportation in the metro area. Over the past two weeks, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) has…

Denverites should prepare to stay at home (mostly) through the end of April thanks to COVID-19

Denver residents will probably have to stay at home for the most part through April 30, a spokesperson for Mayor Michael Hancock’s office confirmed Tuesday.
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April 1st – Senate passes coronavirus relief bill with $60 million for VA

WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs will get $60 million in emergency funding as part of a coronavirus relief package the Senate approved Wednesday.

How to help feed unemployed workers, hospital staff, school kids and others in need around Denver

A group of Boulder community members on Monday donated $200,000 to help keep a handful of restaurants running while making meals for medical workers.

The Stay Inside Guide to Denver

You're safe at home, riding out a global pandemic. Now what? We've got ideas on how to enjoy the best of the Mile High City from the comfort of your humble abode.